Home and Garden Staging and Redesign operating in the Jacksonville, FL, metro area utilizes principles of interior design in the process of staging a home raising the home’s value in the eyes of potential buyers. Having a home staged by a professional home stager statistically improves the selling price of a home and will shorten the number of days the home is on the real estate market.
Home staging focuses attention on and enhances the strong points of the home while minimizing its weaknesses. A home stager will consider the existing home décor including the furniture, lighting, colors, flow of a room, and accessories to accomplish a more pleasant feeling. Emotional connections are critical in a stager’s work because they create strong feelings of comfort which help lead to offers for purchase.
One of the main keys in staging is to soften some of the current owner’s personality style which makes a potential home buyer better able to envision living in the home. Another point is the removing of some possessions that may give a cluttered look to the house making it look smaller and unorganized.
Home redesign on the other hand is not part of the selling process so it addresses the personalization of the residence. Home redesign is typically done after a move in or just to give the home a fresh and exciting new look.
Jacksonville is a diverse community. Jacksonville Beach, Neptune Beach, and Ponte Vedra will generally have a more beachy and casual feel in the decor than a home in San Marco, Orange Park, or in the city. However, coastal colors and beachy accessories are common everywhere.
Geri and Glenn Stanza, owners of Home and Garden Staging & Redesign stage and redesign homes in the Jacksonville area including Duval, St. Johns, and Clay counties. Geri is an artist and has been staging homes for years. Glenn has been landscaping for over 30 years and understands how important the landscape is in the selling of a home since the exterior of the home offers the first impression and the associated curb appeal factor. The two work together well to create a blended style into their designs.